The 2014 DLF Forum was in Atlanta, GA, October 27-29 at the Georgia Tech Hotel & Conference Center.
Participation was open to all who are interested in contributing to and playing an active part in the successful future of digital libraries, museum and archives services, and collections. The Forum featured presentations and panels, workshops, research updates, working sessions, demos, and more.
Use the hashtag #dlfforum to tweet about the DLF Forum!
Recent Forum News
This Forum Update was provided by Yasmeen Shorish, Physical & Life Sciences Librarian at James Madison University. @yasmeen_azadi | https://staffweb.lib.jmu.edu/users/shorisyl Thanks to the DLF + ARL Fellowship aimed at underrepresented groups, I attended my first-ever DLF in October. To be honest, I wasn’t sure what to expect. I …Read More
This Forum Update was provided by Sumitra Duncan, New York Art Resources Consortium (NYARC) Web Archiving Coordinator, Frick Art Reference Library. Find her on Twitter @artlibrariannyc. In late October I traveled to Vancouver, B.C., to attend my first Digital Library Federation (DLF) Forum as a Museum Cross-Pollinator …Read More
This Forum Update was provided by Bojana Vidović, Librarian, Zrenjanin National Museum in Serbia. As a second generation of fellows of the Samuel H. Kress Foundation and the DLF for cross-pollinators – museum professionals seeking for expanding knowledge in digital technologies and trends– I am honored …Read More
This Forum Update was provided by Neil Sreenan, Manager, Digital Asset Systems, Dallas Museum of Art. @nsreenan | neilsreenan.com The reason I initially applied for the Museum Cross-Pollinator Fellowship was because it seemed the DLF Forum would be an excellent venue to advance my …Read More
This Forum Update was provided by Jonathan Shank, Acquisitions & E-Resources Librarian, Northwestern University Galter Health Sciences Library. Find him on Twitter @ShankLib. I am extremely grateful to have received a Cross-Pollinator Travel Award from DLF and ER&L, which made it possible for me to …Read More